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TravelPod Member ReviewsLotus Huatian Hotel Changsha
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... idea of how they felt with regards to being away from their families and loved ones.
Truth be told, I haven't been looking forward to Christmas this year. Despite enjoying the novelty factor that encompasses the festive season, Christmas has always been about spending time with my family, laughing about how our Christmas cracker hats never fit or racing clockwork Christmas puddings across the dinner table. Not having these experiences this year has been playing on my mind ...
... could hire roller skates for as long as we liked. Despite Laura repeatedly telling me that I was skating completely wrong, I only fell over once (and that was on a skating ramp) so for some one with the balancing skills of an elephant on a tightrope, I did rather well. On the way out we passed some artists, making money by sketching customers. Laura decided that she would do this and so Dustn and myself waited, trying every trick in the book to make her laugh. Having ...
... the professors be able to shift that dynamic when they return to their classrooms? When I go home to Canada, some of my favorite memories will be of the times we learned and laughed together.I can only hope that similar memories will sustain these professors as they push against ancient teaching and learning traditions in the years to come.
... while others delved into topics of personal interest.
As a class of 26 instructors, we had been giving our colleagues feedback before, during, and after class, and back at the hotel where we were all living .
As I reviewed the professors' ...
... have taken forever going back the way we came so instead we pushed on into the unknown.
The great thing about this, however, was that there was no one around which is almost unheard of in China thus far.
In my last blog, I mentioned that Changsha was heavily involved in the fighting against the Japanese in World War 2. The Yuelu mountain was where the Chinese were heavily dug in. When I have previously visited the mountain I had found various ...